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Furosemide (International Nonproprietary Name) or frusemide (former British Approved Name) is a loop diuretic used in the treatm...
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foot/ankle edema. (Lasix caused too much potassium loss.)...
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" I'm taking this medication instead of lasix to treat foot/ankle edema. (Lasix caused too much potassium loss.) ...trips to... "

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about how Lasix works raise questions for me. My oncologist...
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" The statements about how Lasix works raise questions for me. My oncologist (the one ...found out that another doctor had put me on Lasix due to some swelling ...a problem. So I stopped taking the Lasix. My... "

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face. My doctor has reduced my Lasix to 1/2 tablet because...
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" My feet an ankles swell when I stand or walk ...feet and ankles. I have been taking Lasix for swelling in my ankles and puffiness of the face. My doctor has reduced my Lasix to 1/2 tablet because my... "

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well! I requested Lasix for the ankle swelling and it helped...
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" Ah yes! I remember it all well! I requested Lasix for the ankle swelling and it helped that as well as ...on now also causes some ankle swelling, so still on the Lasix. For the nails lifting and... "

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my onc prescribed lasix and this did the trick but you have...
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" I had swollen ankles when i was doing chemo 'TEC' - my onc prescribed lasix and this did the trick but you have to... "

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gives him lasix at every transfusion. it helps move things...
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" ...having difficulties breathing. The dr now gives him lasix at every transfusion. it helps move things thru somewhat ...told about it. she did tell us that his ankles swelling was part of the... "

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nd feet and I took Lasix and kept them elevated. I also s...
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" Stella, I also had trouble with constipation and I found Miralax daily really helped. I had extreme fatigue ...did not work. I had swelling in my ankles and feet and I took Lasix and kept them elevated.... "

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and I am now taking lasix every other day to help reduce...
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" I am currently on lyrica for back pain. It is a very low dose 100mg a day, and it has given me some relief. My biggest issue with it is it makes my feet/ankles swell and I am now taking lasix every... "

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called Lasix for the swelling. It helped pretty much...
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" So I had really bad swelling in my ankles and feet after delivery. I ...much of it. Well the swelling was all over including in my boobs ...of other issues but they gave me a diuretic called Lasix for the... "

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a real balancing act. I take lasix to get rid of the fluid...
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" ...drink more. But, I have heart problems, so I cant do ...a real balancing act. I take lasix to get rid of the fluid around my heart when my feet and ankles swell, but try to keep water... "

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